With all the craziness surrounding the release of the latest Final Cut software, Ryan and team weigh in on whether FCPX is worth your money or just worthless. Ryan goes over the good and bad of the software to cut through all the conflicting reports that have been coming out about it. Topics: revision3, rev3, filmriot, Ryan Connolly
It's a special foreign film themed episode. Check out the Simon and the Oaks trailer - it looks absolutely glorious! Plus another "if you haven't seen it, you should die" pick from Ryan. Topics: revision3, rev3, flimstate, Ryan Connolly
Files from AFIP's Registry of Noteworthy Research in Pathology, a collection of research materials and publications. Includes administrative records; books, reprints, and pamphlets; manuscripts, notes, photographs; microscope and lantern slides; paraffin blocks; charts and case histories; newspaper clippings, and biographical information. Records are arranged alphabetically by name. Artifacts are in Historical and Anatomical Collections. Cataloged in NUCMC. The first folder under the... Topics: Registry of Noteworthy Research in Pathology, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology
This is a flier written by Gerard Arthus; Printed for the 1st District United States Congressional race in the State of Utah, Liberatarian Candidate for 1998. This work was created by Gerard Arthus and is in the Public Domain under the Creative Commons License. Topics: Libertarian, GA, garthus, Gerard Arthus, literature, open source, creative commons, 1998, utah,...
Illustrated account of nine applied technology projects in agriculture, in Bolivia. The people who did the projects looked at their own efforts and offer fresh insights on what worked and what didn't - and how to do things better next time Topics: AGriculture, extension, Bolivia, self-evaluation
There are many things in life which are completely out of our hand... But there are a few things which we can ensure is done right... One of those decisions includes bringing home the right electrician. For more info, log-on to http://www.dallaselectricrepair.com/lower-electric-bills.php Topics: electrician dallas, electrician Fort Worth, Fort Worth electricians, dallas electrician, dallas...
Back to the good stuff, this week we've got an awesome Chicken Parmigiana is actually Niall's favorite dish! Really easy for anyone to cook and we serve it up with some really tasty pasta. Also we show you a quick tip on making the most out of cherries! Topics: revision3, rev3, foodmob, Niall Harbison
This week Niall attempts to better Aaron's stir fry recipe! Check out this ten minute treat that anyone can make, as well as a tip on how to make a great dressing for salads. Topics: revision3, rev3, foodmob, Niall Harbison
This is a recording of a webinar discussing the 'Future of Media, Mobile, Social, and Cloud Technologies; uploaded by Gerard Arthus into the Public Domain under the Creative Commons License. This is the complete 70 minute-recording of the July 19 2012 Webinar on the Future of Media with keynote speakers and futurists Gerd Leonhard (Switzerland) and Ross Dawson (Sydney, AUS). Both Ross and Gerd have spend the past 10 years researching, writing and speaking about the future of media &... Topics: garthus, garthus1, media, mobile, social, cloud, technologies
This 2001 report by the U.S. General Accounting Office (GAO) documents the degree to which, while the GAO technically "has broad authority to evaluate CIA programs," "In reality, however, GAO faces both legal and practical limitations on its ability to review these programs." It also notes that "GAO has not actively audited the CIA since the early 1960s, when it discontinued such work because CIA was not providing it with enough access to information to allow GAO to do... Topics: Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Unaccountable, General Accounting Office (GAO), Audit
Farah Chadwick of Startup-Pairup.com and Catherine Berman address the problems faced by women who take a leave from their profession, for a period of 4 to 10 years. These two entrepreneurs address how to re-connect to the profession, engage with your social and professional networks, build relationships while looking for the right position to re-enter the workforce. This show provides two complimentary perspectives on the issues from women to re-engage with their professional community,... Topics: California, Mountain View, KMVT15 Community Media, Public Access TV, Community Media, PEG, Youtube,...
On today's GeekBeat, we take a look at robots that find their way via smell, a coating that repels all liquids and does TV affect sperm count? Topics: revision3, rev3, geekbeattv, GeekBeat.TV, John Pozadzides
John Biggs is right. 2007 was a dead year for gadgets. My Top 10 Gadget List for 2007 has some of my lifetime favorite innovations, but it would be a major challenge for me to create a list for '07 that extends much further beyond 10. At any rate, my top 10 is pretty predictable for regular GBTV viewers because it's stuff I talked about over and over throughout the year. Microsoft Office for Mac 2008 Media Edition (I had to take a coffee break after typing that), includes an application called... Topics: GeekBriefTV, Cali Lewis
A revisit at George's yard in August continues with a look at his yard and garden. Please visit our blog or archive sites for video, MP3 and script for practicing your English. http://myeslfriends.blogspot.com/ http://sites.google.com/site/myeslfriends/Home/ http://www.archive.org/search.php?query=machlan In the future you will be able to find all of the above at www.myeslfriends.com Topics: TESL, ESL, gmachlan, My ESL Friends, English
This is a PDF scan of a letter I sent to Gordon Brown shortly after The Great Leader was dethroned by Call Me Dave. Topics: Albus, banking, banks, compound interest, economics, Major Douglas, poker, rake, Social Credit,...
April 6, 2014 -- Candidate Mike Lake joins host, Joe Lynch from Greater Somerville, to discuss his run for office during this special segment. Topics: Massachusetts, Somerville, Somerville Community Access Television, SCATV, Public Access TV,...
Top 25 Green Tech Innovators Series: GreatPoint Energy has a proprietary, highly-efficient process to make natural gas while capturing CO2. Guests: Tom Robinson, VP of projects, and Dan Goldman, CFO for GreatPoint Energy. links: http://www.greatpointenergy.com/ Topics: twit, green-tech-today, Dr. Kiki, Tom Robinson, Dan Goldman, GreatPoint Energy
Panasonic's TC-P55ST60 Plasma Review, Arrested Development returns with new episodes on Netflix, the Oppo BDP-105 Blu-ray player and more. Topics: hdnation, HD Nation, revision3, rev3, Patrick Nortion, Robert Heron